where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 12, 2014 § 18 Comments
brushstrokes hang in the air
as slow snow paints the world white
Tagged: abstract, falling snow, outdoors, painting, pine tree, snow, snowflakes, storm, whitewash
I love your imagination! It does look like brushstrokes on an abstract painting.
I like “slow snow”!!! 🙂
I like the paintbrush effect ..
Is that snow I see falling? Wonderful!
To me it’s a study in grey!
Beautiful Haiku. I am always amazed at the thought of living with snow. Here in Melbourne Australia we are preparing for our occasional 40oC /110oF plus summer days. Today is a lazy 29oC day with a sea breeze. I am about to put up a photo/haiku on my blog about our summer snow.
Thanks Denis. Your lazy mild day with a sea breeze sounds pretty good right about now. Winter came late – but she came in hard and strong. Her beauty has demands. I grew up in Southern California – weather much more like Melbourne’s. Your wonderful haiku and your summer snow.
Very nice and beautiful!
Beautiful photo and words that complement… Lovely!
Too true…a coat of snow make everything ugly look clean.
Nature’s brushstrokes …. very nice
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